Working Style, who you likely know as one of New Zealand’s most established menswear brands also has a feminine side which we are starting to see appear more and more in the world of wedding and occasion.
Launched for Summer 20/21, W by Working Style is a fresh women’s collection consisting entirely of impeccably tailored garments for women. We have noticed a strong pullback towards tailoring for women at weddings and occasions, with blazers, in particular, being the new must-have reception item for the fashion-forward bride. An elegant white, cream or pastel blazer adds sophistication when worn over a slip-style wedding gown or wide-leg pants. And becomes a treasured wardrobe item to be worn again and again after the wedding day.
Crafted in Portugal by Davion, one of the world’s leading ateliers, W by Working Style is a meticulously curated collection of over 30 styles that are custom-made by the Working Style team. Sharon Orquejo, a devoted member of the Working Style brand for over 17 years, played a vital role in bringing W by Working Style to life in 2020. She leads the design and curation of the collection, Orquejo’s deep understanding of the Working Style brand and her background in textile design enabled her to envision a collection that pays homage to its roots while embodying the essence of exceptional womenswear.
Orquejo designs subtly distinct W by Working Style collections for each of the company’s stores, ensuring an offering that resonates with each unique region. The cornerstone of the collection is the perfect jacket, featuring a range of fabrications including polished cotton mills, velvet, silk, and tweed.
Offering a truly unique proposition in New Zealand, women can schedule an appointment with a W by Working Style consultant and actively participate in creating their perfect wardrobe. Over their preferred beverage, they can refine their vision, confident that every detail will be meticulously attended to, delivering contemporary tailoring tailored to their precise measurements and specifications. In today’s modern world, dressing for success is essential, and each individual can define that for themselves.
Looking for wedding inspiration? Check out our latest article on How to wear a blazer at your wedding.